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Baby sleeping problems!!!

Hi folks,
I gave birth to a baby boy three months back. After a month, my baby started a habit of crying whole night. At first, my hubby and I find it really difficult to tackle the situation. I used to breastfeed him at night for a long time. After that, my baby would sleep and the moment I stop to breastfeed he again start to cry. Also, our baby wants to be in our arms to fall back to sleep. Those days we were not able to sleep well. After some days of struggle at night, my hubby contacted one of the newborn sleep training centers. With their help, our baby was very happy and we got a nice sleep.
I am very happy to share my experience here. Also, I would like to share some of the tips on hiring a sleep training service.
Usually, a newborn sleeps for about 16-17 hours a day. Newborns have different patterns for sleeping. They cry for a lot many reasons. Sometimes they feel hungry, thirsty, overtired, or they cry when they are in pain. Always try to be with your little ones and don't leave your baby to cry for a long time. Sometimes there won't be anything wrong, but a simple cuddle could make them happy. Next, the sleep training services help parents to get a scheduled sleep and make your baby feel comfortable in their hands. I had a very good experience with these sleep training services. Looking forward to your thoughts.
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